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Where to see the winners of the 2023 Grammy Awards live on tour in the UK

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Find out where to see artists such as Harry Styles, Beyoncé, Wet Leg and more big winners this year

With the BRITs and Oscars just around the corner, awards season is truly upon us. This week marked the 65th annual Grammy Awards ceremony across the pond in Los Angeles, celebrating the very best artists and recordings that the music industry has to offer. We've put together a list of this year's winners and where you can see them touring the UK in 2023. Read on to find out more.

Harry Styles - Album Of The Year and Best Pop Vocal Album

In a rather unexpected win of the night, former One Direction star and pop superstar Harry Styles beat names such as Beyoncé, Adele, Coldplay and Kendrick Lamar for the biggest award of the night, Album Of The Year. Harry's House is the heart-throb's third album and features the stand-out singles 'As It Was', 'Late Night Talking' and 'Music For A Sushi Restaurant'.

Styles is set to embark on his extended Love On Tour venture this summer, hitting a huge number of stadiums across the UK to appease hundreds of thousands of devoted fans. He'll take Harry's House to Coventry, Edinburgh, London and Cardiff throughout May and June. While tickets are extremely limited, there are still a few available for select dates.

Listen to 'Music For A Sushi Restaurant'

Harry Styles 2023 UK tour dates:
Monday 22 May – Building Society Arena, Coventry
Tuesday 23 May – Building Society Arena, Coventry
Friday 26 May – Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh
Saturday 27 May – Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh
Tuesday 13 - Saturday 17 June – Wembley Stadium, London
Tuesday 20 June – Principality Stadium, Cardiff
Wednesday 21 June – Principality Stadium, Cardiff

Lizzo - Record Of The Year

Nominated for a variety of categories this year, Lizzo's hit single 'About Damn Time' earned her the prize for Record Of The Year, beating Adele's 'Easy On Me', Harry Styles' 'As It Was', 'The Heart Part 5' by Kendrick Lamar and 'Bad Habits' by Steve Lacy. The track features on her most recent album Specialwhich was released last summer and includes other hits such as '2 Be Loved'.

The 34-year-old star will embark on the UK leg of her Special Tour on Wednesday 8 March, taking over the OVO Hydro in Glasgow before heading to arenas Birmingham, Manchester and London. She is also set to headline the Belsonic concert series at Ormeau Park in Belfast this summer. There are a limited number of tickets left for the arena shows, so snap them up while you can and experience the award-winning single in person.

Watch the video for award-winning track 'About Dam Time'

Lizzo 2023 UK tour dates:
Wednesday 8 March – OVO Hydro, Glasgow
Thursday 9 March – Utilita Arena, Birmingham
Saturday 11 March – AO Arena, Manchester
Wednesday 15 March – The O2, London
Thursday 16 March – The O2, London
Thursday 22 June – Ormeau Park, Belfast

Samara Joy - Best New Artist

There was bucket-loads of talent among the nominations for Best New Artist this year, with Italian Eurovision rockers Måneskin, hit indie duo Wet Leg and 'Evergreen' musician Omar Apollo all up for the award. Despite this, it was 23-year-old New York jazz singer Samara Joy who walked away with the trophy.

Her second album Linger Awhile was released in September last year and includes the popular single 'Can't Get Out Of This Mood' which she performed at the ceremony on Monday evening. She's set to headline the Jazz Cafe in London on Tuesday 7 March for an intimate gig.

Watch Samara Joy perform 'Can't Get Out This Mood' at the Grammy Award ceremony

Samara Joy 2023 UK tour dates:
Tuesday 7 March – Jazz Cafe, London

Bonnie Raitt - Song Of The Year

Another surprise win of the evening was Bonnie Raitt's 'Just Like That' receiving the award for Song Of The Year. The title track from her 2022 album pipped chart-toppers like Gayles 'ABCDEFU', Taylor Swift's 'All Too Well' and 'Break My Soul' by Beyoncé. The record is the blues legends' 21st album since her 1971 self-titled debut.

The 73-year-old California native has lined up a number of headline UK tour dates this summer, kicking things off at the London Palladium on Saturday 3 June before stopping at venues in Bournemouth, Oxford, Gateshead, Glasgow, Manchester and Birmingham. There are a limited number of tickets still available for her show at the Royal Concert Hall in Glasgow, see a full list of dates below.

Listen to 'Just Like That'

Bonnie Raitt 2023 UK tour dates:
Saturday 3 June – Palladium, London
Tuesday 6 June – Pavilion, Bournemouth
Wednesday 7 June – New Theatre, Oxford
Friday 9 June – Gateshead, Sage
Sunday 11 June – Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow
Wednesday 14 June – Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
Thursday 15 June – Symphony Hall, Birmingham

Beyoncé - Best Dance/Electronic Album, Best R&B Song, Best Dance/Electronic Recording, Best Traditional R&B Performance

As many suspected, Queen Bey practically swept the board at this awards ceremony. Although Mr Styles beat her to the Album Of The Year honour, she ended the evening with four distinctions including Best Dance/Electronic Album for Renaissance, Best R&B song for 'Cuff It', Best Dance/Electronic Recording for 'Break My Soul' and Best Traditional R&B Performance for 'Plastic Off The Sofa'.

The former Destiny's Child member now holds 32 Grammys, making her the most decorated artist in the awards ceremony's history. The event was timed perfectly with the announcement of her 2023 Renaissance World Tour dates which include stops at multiple UK stadiums. She'll hit Cardiff, Edinburgh and Sunderland in May and will also perform five nights at London's Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. As you can imagine, tickets are now extremely limited though still available at all venues for a hefty price.

Check out award-winning track 'Cuff It'

Beyoncé 2023 UK tour dates:
Wednesday 17 May – Principality Stadium, Cardiff
Saturday 20 May – Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh
Tuesday 23 May – Stadium Of Light, Sunderland
Monday 29 May - Sundy 4 June – Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London

Sam Smith & Kim Petras - Best Pop Duo/Group Performance

Kim Petras became the second transgender woman to win a Grammy, receiving the award for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance with UK singer-songwriter Sam Smith for their song 'Unholy'. The hit track is featured on Smith's brand new abum Gloria which was released earlier this year. This is their fifth win at the Grammys after nabbing awards for Record Of The Year, Song Of The Year, Best New Artist and Best Pop Vocal Album in past ceremonies.

The 'Stay With Me' powerhouse vocalist confirmed UK tour dates in support of Gloria last year, confirming performances at arenas in Sheffield, London, Glasgow, Birmingham and Manchester this spring. Tickets are still available to buy for all dates.

Watch Sam Smith and Kim Petras win their award for 'Unholy'

Sam Smith 2023 UK tour dates:
Wednesday 12 April – Utilita Arena, Sheffield
Tuesday 18 April – The O2, London
Wednesday 19 April – The O2, London
Saturday 22 April – OVO Hydro, Glasgow
Tuesday 25 April – Resorts World Arena, Birmingham
Wednesday 24 May – AO Arena, Manchester

Wet Leg - Best Alternative Music Album

Hit indie duo Wet Leg bagged the award for Best Alternative Music Album with their self-titled debut which was released in spring 2022, featuring viral tracks such as 'Wet Dream', 'Chaise Longue' and 'Too Late Now'. The outfit now have three Grammys to their name and are set to open for Harry Styles on his Love On Tour UK trek in the summer which suggests they're set for a pretty epic year.

They've also got their own headline shows in the diary for 2023, including a performance at the Royal Albert Hall in March, a supporting slot for Pulp at Finsbury Park in July and a headline set at Reading and Leeds festivals in August.

Listen to 'Wet Dream'

Wet Leg 2023 UK tour dates:
Wednesday 22 March – Royal Albert Hall, London
Monday 22 May – Building Society Arena, Coventry
Tuesday 23 May – Building Society Arena, Coventry
Tuesday 13 - Saturday 17 June – Wembley Stadium, London
Tuesday 20 June – Principality Stadium, Cardiff
Wednesday 21 June – Principality Stadium, Cardiff
Saturday 1 June – Finsbury Park, London
Friday 25 August – Reading Festival
Saturday 26 August – Leeds Festival

Steve Lacy - Best Progressive R&B Album

One of the most viral artists of 2022, singer-songwriter and former member of The Internet Steve Lacy secured the award for Best Progressive R&B album with his second studio record Gemini Rights which features the hit track 'Bad Habit', performed by Lacy during the awards ceremony. This makes the 24-year-old's first win at the Grammy Awards after five nominations.

After shows in London last winter, the 'Sunshine' singer will hit the UK this summer for headline gigs at Reading and Leeds festivals, taking to the stage on Friday 25 in Leeds and Sunday 27 August in Reading. He'll be joined by huge names such as Billie Eilish, Declan McKenna, Imagine Dragons, Sam Fender, Foals, The Killers and more.

Check out the video for 'Bad Habit'

Steve Lacy 2023 UK tour dates:
Friday 25 August – Leeds Festival
Sunday 27 August – Reading Festival

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